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Sorry guys couldn't get the pics up
but anyway my base line was
127.8whp
112.6lbs/ft
after new mod and some tuning(still need safcII)

163.6whp
125lbs/ft
let me know what you think
 

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yea man that baseline is terrible your hp is like the what the tourqe is supposed to be. its cool that you got it back up though
 

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what are your mods? are those 404's? your profile just lists "crower cams"

that's a nice flat torque plateau from 4600-6500, once you get it tuned it should be even nicer.

wow, and look at the torque gains around 6500rpm, gained like 35ftlbs. Damn!
 

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whtteg on Mar/20/04 said:
Wow now I can't wait to get my 404's in.
bigger is not always better...especially if you have the wrong fueling and CR for the cams.

secondly,

I wouldn't base your "wow!" on his dyno.

remember dynos can be calibrated differently.

same car goes to another dyno shop and will get a different peak reading without making any changes to the car.

it has zero to do with any performance gain.

it has to do with the type of dyno (how it reads the power from the wheels) and the calibrations on the program.

so what will stay consistent between dyno shops? the difference or gain from baseline.

that's what you look at when you read a dyno sheet.

you read the rpm upshift point, the powerband location and width, the magnitude of change in the powerband, and the correction factors. Hoperfully the person also is smart enough if they are experienced to post the af ratio vs rpm plot as well as the tq curve.

since his baseline is fubah I wouldn't be so quick to say "wow".
 
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